THE NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY RETURNS TO MARINE PARK!
Saturday, July 1 at 8pm • FREE EVENT! Vip Tickets are SOLD OUT.
Estimated Concert Duration: 2 hours
José Luis Domínguez conductor
Timothy Lien clarinet
New Jersey Symphony
Enjoy the sounds of your New Jersey Symphony this summer! The program features a medley of timeless classics including selections from Jurassic Park and West Side Story, William Grant Still’s lively Festive Overture and so much more. An inspiring performance by Timothy Lien, winner of the New Jersey Symphony Youth Orchestra’s Henry Lewis Concerto Competition, rounds out this concert of favorites the whole family will love.
We are so excited for the Symphony to makes its return to Marine Park, where fans can watch the concert while enjoying the beautiful sights and sounds of the Navesink River. Bring a chair, blanket and some snacks for a beautiful night out! Don’t forget to head into town early for some dinner before the show. Concert begins at 8pm.
**In the event of inclement weather, concert will be move to the Hackensack Meridian Health Theater at the Count Basie Center for the Arts.
This event is FREE for all to attend. A limited amount of VIP tickets will be available beginning Monday, June 12th at 12noon for $25.00 each.
VIP SEATING ** SOLD OUT**: VIP ticket includes access to (1) guaranteed seat with VIP viewing for the show. There will not be assigned seating; it will be general admission within the VIP area. No refunds or transfers.
John Stafford Smith/Damrosch The Star Spangled Banner
Mikhail Glinka Overture to Russlan and Ludmilla
Ludwig Spohr Concerto in C Minor for Clarinet, Op. 26
George Walker Lyric for Strings
José Pablo Moncayo Huapango
William Grant Still Festive Overture
Florence Price Colonial Dance
John Williams Theme from Jurassic Park
Leonard Bernstein / arr. Jack Mason Selections from West Side Story
Robert W. Lowden Armed Forces Salute
John Phillip Sousa Stars and Stripes Forever
For more information and to learn more about the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, you can visit their website at www.njsymphony.org.